Hurricane Hector Hawaii WARNING: Winds to suddenly STRENGTHEN – ‘Acid volcano rain’ ALERT

Saturday, August 4, 2018
By Paul Martin

HAWAII is on alert as meteorologists studying Hurricane Hector fear that the major hurricane could “suddenly and rapidly strengthen” and wreak havoc on the islands already reeling from Kilauea volcano.

Sat, Aug 4, 2018

Hurricane Hector was recently upgraded to a major hurricane, as its winds surged to an incredible 120mph.

The deadly hurricane has alarmed metereologists who claim that Hawaii, already savaged by the Kilauea Volcano eruptions, is in its predicted path.

A collision between the huge hurricane and the fragile volcano threatens Hawaii residents with flooding, mudslides and toxic acid rain.

Winds and rainstorms sparked by the hurricane is likely to mix with volcanic gases, causing toxic precipitation which puts crops, drinking water and infrastructure at risk.

This has caused widespread alarm among Hawaii residents, many of whom are still living in evacuation centres due to Kilauea’s devastation earlier this summer.

Forecasts from the National Hurricane Center have warned that news that the storm has weakened are misleading.

They explained that the hurricane, upgraded to a Category 3, will gain strength “suddenly and rapidly” as its moves towards Hawaii.

The hurricane could make landfall in the second half of next week.

The Hurricane Center experts added: “This is a good time for everyone in the Hawaiian Islands to ensure they have their hurricane plan in place.”

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